Agricultural Commodities

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Forbes  Aug 19  Comment 
With this year’s market momentum largely being driven by growth sectors such as health care and technology, smart investors are looking for ways to diversify away some of the risks associated with those high flying areas should the market pull...
TheStreet.com  Aug 12  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Mondelez International stock is up 0.63% to $46.39 in afternoon trading on Wednesday, as various agricultural futures decreased after the U.S. government released harvest forecasts. Wheat for September delivery is...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 4  Comment 
The return of the El Niño weather phenomenon is forcing agricultural commodity players to prepare for low crop yields and heightened price volatility.
The Australian  Jul 3  Comment 
The return of El Niño is forcing agricultural commodity players to prepare for low crop yields and heightened price volatility.
The Economic Times  May 4  Comment 
NCDEX has around three-four months' concurrent contracts in most commodities. Current contracts traded are the ones for May, June, July and August.
Mondo Visione  Apr 23  Comment 
GMEX Technologies (GMEX TECH), part of the Global Markets Exchange Group International LLP (GMEX Group) and Avenir Technology Limited (Avenir), the UK based post-trade software firm, are pleased to announce that they have partnered with the...
Financial Times  Apr 22  Comment 
Agricultural commodities trader says cost needs to be put on greenhouse gases to control emissions
Agrimoney.com  Mar 30  Comment 
Hedge funds reduce their net short on US-traded agricultural commodity futures and options. But they remain unusually downbeat on price prospects
Southeast Farm Press  Mar 18  Comment 
Eric Prostko, University of Georgia With the recent low prices of some agricultural commodities, you might be wondering if herbicides are worth it. I can assure you that they are. read more




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Agricultural Commodities refer, in general, to commodities grown or produced on a farm. This includes most feed and staple grains (e.g. corn, rice, etc.) as well as livestock (pork) and products produced from livestock (milk). This is different from Soft Commodities, which, though generally produced through agriculture, are a specific subset of (usually tropically produced) commodities.

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